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back. >> she the accused master mind of the deadliest attack in united states history. they have nearly 3000 counts of murder. >> they are going to be in jail for the rest of their lives or dead. >> another hearing is set for next month. it could be a year before the case goes to trial. >> an air strike has killed a leader. 17 sailors died in that attack and. >>> debate is gearing up in north carolina as they vote on the same sex emergency rage thing. it will make the only ewe nonmarriage. same sex marriage is illegal in north carolina. it validate itself all civil unions. su port ors say that it's a necessary state while critics while that it's going to create a dangerous precedence. >> the reason that we have to put it in the constitution is that half of the other states had a hand full of judges change the law of those states. >> how people feel on them is a matter of their con could you say. do they want to support voting on supporting hate in the consultation. >> the amendment is likely will to pass. >> by dan says that he is comfortable with the idea. >> i am vice president of the
occupied military post in the united states. we'll get a special tour of west point. >> coming up, i'll tell you why this person is driving badly to save lives. >> something you probably do just about every day may be hazardous to your health. >> that and lots more right now on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. here's our top story for this week. >> we've all seen those cute paper balloons in stores. you fill one out when you donate money. but you may wonder, who does your dollar help? nicole has the story. >> ♪ a little bit longer, hey >> musician nick jonas, american idol david archuleta, and teen dream justin bieber -- they're just some of the celebs who support the children's miracle network hospitals. but 13-year-old alena, and millions of kids like her, are the real stars of the charity. alena gets a special present delivered to her house once a week. it's not clothes, jewelry, or games. alena's gift is medicine that helps keep her alive. >> so i have a rare genetic disorder called maroteaux-lamy, or also known as mps vi, and i t
the united states abroad, then you might want to consider becoming a diplomat. lauren looks into what a diplomat does and what it takes to become one. >> let's start with a quick american history question. >> the department of state. >> correct. while usually called the state department, the official name is the united states department of state. it was established all the way back in 1789. with headquarters in washington, d.c., the state department is headed by the secretary of state, currently hillary clinton. its job is to oversee all our foreign relations. in fact, listen to how the state department describes its mission. that's quite a task. and to help the state department achieve those goals is the job of the u.s. foreign service. >> what we want to do is, we want to promote america's interests. we want to promote peace. we want to promote understanding. we want to make sure people around the world know what america is all about. >> assistant secretary hammer explained that foreign service officers are also called diplomats. they're assigned to work at one of the more than 250
. it is an opportunity for them to get some face time with the future president of the united states. >> they will get a photograph taken with mr. and mrs. romney. >> mrs. rodriguez said the campaign trail in the last few weeks and has done very well. >> the ladies' luncheon only requires a $1,000 donation to attend. >>grant: the mansion sets of almost 6 a.. it is the price of single- family long periods to visit california historic landmark there is a 75 ft. high atrium. fit is the largest enclosed space in the united states. >>catherine: to a new poll said the president is significantly ahead of mitt romney here in california giving him a 19. it. >>jaqueline: temperatures or warmer today as expected. if temperatures will continue to warm into thursday whatever divided greece. >>catherine: said the concerns about the new construction of the bay bridge. ron >>charles: and san jose, drivers market ought to southbound to 81 have to deal with in metering lights. >>catherine: 90 arrested nearly 100 guns taken off the street. we will tell you about the undercover operation. >>kimberlee: to net tainted with
terminals process. shh kwon sh >>vicki: while the weather is taking over parts of the united states. >> a string of tornadoes touched down in kansas overnight. storage users checked the damage on saturday. >> tornadoes touched down all over the place. there were more than seven of them. >> crews are monitoring a brush fire near disney world in orlando. >> it takes nothing for a brush fire to become a big fire luckily no one has been hurt or displaced. >> the fire caused heavy smoke along the interstate for prompting a highway patrol to close the trustee to traffic. it reopened later. for this weekend, look for a cloudy start to the date. a lot of fog would drizzle near the coast. paul and a live here is a look at fog tracker 4. the fog is already pushing inland and will continue to move to the east. notice again, " by 10:00 a.m. there is still fall bayside, maybe even some fog towards a livermore. it will eventually back to the coast by noon but still hanging down at the beaches all the way into the afternoon hours. >> significant warming on wednesday, thursday and friday. >>
. >> the united states engages in a number of operations to go after al- qaida. and amid of militant allies. he would try to attack the united states in irian this country needs to remain vigilant in seek those who would attack this country. we will do everything necessary to keep this country safe. >>mark: this man is believed to be an al-qaida operative here in the u.s. counterterrorism official said the device for the underwear, or on christmas as someone to the one that was used in this is -- was about to be used in this attack irian the fbi caught this threat early in before it threaten anybody. >>darya: record to jackie sizzle in pleasanton who is waiting to see if he can talk to any neighbors. >>jackie: there are more questions than answers on stacey court. at 6:00 last night pleasanton police were called at the 3500 block of stacy court with the report of two victims shot in the home. was a 37 year-old woman and her 13 year-old daughter. the 37 year-old woman was pronounced dead in the 13 year-old daughter was taken to hospital. we do not know whether to consider this a homicide or a mu
to the american people into the world that the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin-laden, the leader of al-qaeda. >> it was a moment of national pride for the u.s., nearly a decade after the violent attacks of which bin-laden is considered the mastermind. as the anniversary approached a statement was issued saying, we have no indication of any credible threat against the u.s. tied to the one-year anniversary of his death. the obama administration also justified its use of unmanned drones overseas. >> in full accordance with the law and in order to prevent forest attacks of the united states feared to save american lives, the united states government conducts targeted strikes against specific al-qaeda terrorists sometimes using raleigh piloted aircraft. >> a milestone was reached in the construction of the one world trade center tower. workers at the first column of the 104, making it the tallest building in new york city. >>justine: we have more on that miles of the bids made at 1 world trade center. the skyscraper became the tallest in new york city nearly 11 years
hamilton, we will have that story in the united states open later in the broadcast. does your phone give you all day battery life ? droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voice ? launch cab4me. droid does. keep left at the fork. does it do turn-by-turn navigation ? droid does. with verizon, america's largest 4glte network and motorola, whatever you want to do... droid does. >>pam: disneyland is except eight women into their secretive club. kiberlee sakamoto is here with details. >>kimberlee: club 43 is hidden in norman square behind the screen door appeared club 33 is rumored to have only 500 members. video posted gives us a look inside. there are two dining rooms and a full bar, this is the only place in disney and they agreed to buy alcoholic beverage. there is a decadent but say that i heard is amazing. all around you are surrounded by it memorabilia. membership is but $5,000 plus dues of $10,000 each year. >>pam: zazzle bay to breakers is right around the corner. watch the action right here on kron4. we will bring in the race from start to finish and the cra
to be allowed to leave for the u.s.. he is now headed to new york for a new life into a new future in the united states. >>brian: we are in the middle of a beautiful weekend. the golden gate bridge earlier today with blue skies overhead. no fog. to buttress were nice in san francisco. mid-60s. clear conditions tonight as the son continues to set. temperatures right now in the '70s. for tomorrow, a rare of it. a solar eclipse starts at 5:15 p.m.. >> things turn cooler for monday. foggy in the morning, the same for tuesday. gusty winds by midweek thursday. we could see gusts up to 40 mi. per hour. fifth and >>vicki: besides running bay to breakers and other great lesson in the weekend is outside eating mexican food lesson in the weekend is outside eating mexican food coming up is [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more prof
and abdomen. separation surgery is performed six times a year in the united states. doctors say the twins are progressing on schedule. they are looking forward to their upcoming third birthday in august. there will be a party mom says. >> i am so happy. >> reporter: rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >>> high temperatures today were cooler than yesterday. closer to the coast line. away from the coast line temperatures were just as warm. 85 in antioch. 85 pleasanton. 82 in san jose. a look at the weather headlines, over night expecting areas of fog. seeing reduced visibility long the san mateo coast line. mild temperatures over night. tomorrow afternoon mostly sunny skies and cooler temperatures, more so than today with winds picking up. later this week, thursday brings us a chance of rain. first satellite and radar. clouds earlier this afternoon. to the evening. right now we are seeing fog long the coast line. also into the inland valleys at this hour. fog tracker, fog south of the golden gate bridge tomorrow and through san jose. we will see it along the coast line. you see it is clearing. i thi
. that is the choice in this election and that is why i am running again for president of the united states. >>james: the president will be in san jose this morning for a breakfast fund-raiser expected to leave the bay area around 10:00 a.m.. >>justine: the suspect in the case of sierra lamar is expected in court for the first time today. haaziq madyun spoke with investigators about why there are so confident that antolin garcia torres is the man who kidnapped and killed sierra lamar. >>haaziq: there is nobody or murder weapon or blood evidence found at the suspect's car however investigators with the santa clara county sheriff's office maintains bed in antolin garcia torres is responsible for the march 16th kidnapping and subsequent murder of 15 year-old sierra lamar. >> detectives believe that the evidence in this case is strong, it points to him and only him as the primary suspect in this case. >>haaziq: this sgt shrugs off comments made by family members of torras. >> they are his relatives. they are entitled to their opinion. >>haaziq: he spoke about the evidence. >> we have her back inside tha
of the united states. they are worried it could take a major disaster to create the will to get this project under way. >> after 6400 people were killed it was created from the mexico tragedy. there is a pattern of building it after a large earthquake with several fatalities would do not want to repeat that coverage in the bay area. >>gabe: if you would like to move this along you can write your state/federal representatives how it should be a party. if for gabe slate's tech report >>pam: tonight it should be -- a priority. >> this suspect last night at 8:31 police got a report of a gun. they found the vehicle and four men were inside the old got out and took off. one of these men, this one sergio arruda made a threatening gesture. the police fired and maissed. later he found that he was not robbed. >> this taxicab driver was picking up these suspects. this was on april 26th that they point. he drove them to an apartment building. one man pulled out a gun and took the drivers possessions. he was then reported to go into the trunk. shortly after they released the driver in oakland and the sus
" to put it on eighth plane headed to the united states. a troubling sign that al qaeda is determined to attack the united states. it is fully the more sophisticated bomb is a man of this man. a top bomb maker. he made the underwater bomb used in a failed 2009 from detroit. like that device this did not contain a metal parts. making it more difficult for detection. >> it was more advanced than the christmas day bomb and still not something that could have circumvented security but we do not want that information so that they can go to their work bench and come up with another circumvent around security. >> catherine: travelers will not notice any changes immediately. with safeguards are ready in place are strong nonetheless experts are examining to see if it could have made it through security. they admit that terrorists are getting better at making bombs. >> you raise the issue if our current level of protection is enough to be able to project. there seems to be a new level of sophistication by al qaeda. again if this is an indication of the war. and it is not going to just and in af
: there were massive it made a protests happening in at least 125 cities in the united states, europe and australia. this is video from los angeles. demonstrators for calling for immigration reform and traffic was shut down in this area. police arrested at least 10 protesters in a nearby demonstration. more protests are planned for los angeles night. , occupy a wall street protesters also took to the streets of new york city for their may day demonstrations. this year the occupy wall street movement theme is a day without the 99%. students were urged to skip school and employees not to go to work. >> may day protests turned violent in seattle. writers are suffer from peaceful protesters which kicked off nearby. >> right now temperatures are quite cool clos >>pam: kiberlee sakamoto is here with a look at you to video showing the moment the least of floyd teargas to get crowds to disperse. >>kimberlee: as police moved into the massive crowd trying to make a few arrests, some of the protestors tried to stop officers at which point police made their move. in the video, you can see a very
's words send a strong message. >> our leader, the highest ranking official in the united states of america is saying that he is in support of marriage equality. that carries more weight than anybody else saying it. >> reporter: the couple says there is some disappointment that the president said it will be up to each individual state to decide whether or not to legalize same-sex marriage. >> that's a hard one for us. we really do feel like it's a constitutional right, and we are taking the most aggressive approach we can in our state, in california, since prop 8 took away the right to marriage for us. so we are looking for a national solution. >>> spirits were high in the castro district as well today. gay couples in california have been married before, only to have their union voided by the state. many gay californians are hoping they'll be able to legally marry again. >> i'm hopeful that possibly even later this year, if the federal court of appeals' decision is allowed to stand. >> and today is one of the greatest days, the first time ever the president of this country has supported the
numbers in the united states but that is not the story in california. experts say gas prices will rise over night and then keep climbing. kron 4's kate thompson explains how it is driving up the price here. >> reporter: filling up, phil shells out $100 to fill up. >> hard on business. personal physicals. everything. >> reporter: a sharp jump in prices, 20 cents a gallon in the next week, owners like phil are getting clobbered. >> discouraging to see the price go up, when it is higher than it has been in years. >> reporter: a gallon in san francisco costs $4.40. but several issues that produce california special clean burning gas brought production to a halt and supply is low. prices in the bay area have risen, 12 cents a gallon this week. people will soon be looking at higher prices. reporting in san francisco, kate thompson, kron 4 news. >>> high temperatures today were certainly warmer inland. low 90s. coast line temperatures were in the 70s. the fog did roll in. here is a look outside. you can't see very much at city hall. fog. you can see the lights behind the fog. moving into san
in the united states says he is in support >> we feel like it is a constitutional right. we are hoping for a national solution. the >>pam: our team coverage continues with j.r stone and joining us live from the castro district in san francisco. what is the mood like? >> i spoke with a number of people and the castro and other sections of san francisco who are energized and excited. many people are calling this a historic day. >> evolution comes to a conclusion and we heard the conclusion today. >> he is talking about the president's now public approval of same-sex marriage. >> today we are celebrating and then we're going to roll up our sleeves because we still have work to do. >> he has been in a relationship with his partner for 25 years. the two were married in two dozen for. >> here is our mayors of it. it was an amazing day. >> we were able to marry legally in 2008. fact that the six months later it was deleted and since then they have been part of a lawsuit that establishes freedom to marry in california hopeful that someday marriage will be allowed in the state. >> i'm very hope
fund. you choose where and what word will be displayed. within the united states you can send these customized cards starting as low as $2.99. that is about the same price as the cars in the stores. this is what the card looks like we get it. the pictures look great, they're printed on high- quality paper. this is a mobile at second lp said birthday cards, congratulations cards, thank you cards, birth announcements, holiday cards, wedding cards, it is so convenient everything is done for you. >>pam: the facebook ipo could reach as much as 12 billion for the menlo park company. when that happens if they say facebook will be worth between 85-95 billion. there is some sad news tonight from the kron4 family, former commentator elaine shannon has passed away. he worked here during the 1980's and was known for his nightly just for you segments. he was found in boise idaho where investigators believe he took his own life. we will be right back. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pio
. grilles spark an average of 8200 house fires in the united states each year between 2005 and 2009. >>pam: today, please unveiled new technology to help locate gunfire. >> one of the new advantages is flex alert. within 45 seconds a reviewed alert from trained staff will give us the location and the actual audio sound of the shot or if it is a multiple sheet or single shooter situation. big guns, small guns, etc.. it is a 30-45 seconds late. >> officers get a deal coded map and they will get a dock on the map which is accurate within 25 m of the gunshot going off. >>pam: since january the audio surveillance system has recorded nearly 2000 incidents of gunshots. the annual cost to run the program is $54,000. a deadly shooting involving police officers in a vallejo. >>will: police say the suspect made to different mistakes, he tried to rob a cabdriver, a cab driver left the scene. that is what he called officers and officers quickly responded. they tried to speak with the suspect but during the course of that he pointed a gun at officers. at least one officer fired a shot at the suspect. he
the united states at the live big games it landed a bit of this summer. >>pam: we will see you tonight at 11:00 p.m..
the united states? >> it is really more indirect and direct. certainly we do sell to china and other countries affected certainly does not help matters much to see the growth rate going down. >> de expecting growth of u.s. companies to continue? this >>james: let's take a live look outside. here is were expected the weather to develop and how we expect the weather to develop over the course of the date. until we get to be counted and, you can see by the north bay, east bay and south a warming. costs mid-70s are the expected highs. the warmest spot will be in the delta, mid-70s. cahow across the north bay mainly 60 degree weather warming to 70 near napa. here's a quick glance at how the weather develops over the next three days. tomorrow will be slightly warmer and and wednesday temperatures drop a little bit again. if bob >>george: drive times are between 14 and 16 minutes on bay bridge westbound. for the golden gate, we have been problem free for the southbound commute with no delays yet reported 40 allied -- for your ride along presidio parkway. there is a backup to the signal
it at universal studios hollywood. >>mark: of welcome back. a live look from the united states marines corps war memorial. this memorial is dedicated to all marines who have dedicated their lives in battle. >>james: this is the view from san francisco looking back over the bay bridge. jackie sissel is given of this wonderful shot. it is causing problems at sfo. we have delays of about 57 minutes. here's a look at the weather. today, the morning fog should burn off by the afternoon. things will warm up nicely over the next few days with highs in the '80s and possibly '90s by thursday. we will cool off as we head into the weekend. >>erica: better news for the sig alert, northbound highway 101 in central satyr fell, all lanes are currently blocked. originally the seat be hoped that the lanes reopen by 7:00. as of right now it could open by our next report at 6:45 a.m.. the bridges look good. no other hot spots to contend with. >>mark: more on memorial day. >> with the whistle under 4, memorial day weekend sticks off at the nation's capital. on sunday, the parents of the census lists let the rolling
that they are under. coughed >> the united states is committed to accountability under law for those who have plotted to attack our nation and to kill innocent people. >> muhammed is the accused mastermind before the deadliest terror attack in u.s. history. if convicted, they could face the death penalty. another hearing is set for next month. it could be a year before the case goes to trial. we will take a quick break. here is a live look outside. we're checking what it is like as he approached the bay bridge. alatas space between cars. will be right back. first this all the >>justine: and we watch them on youtube and host their pictures on facebook, but is it a time for dogs to have a social networking side of their own? we will show you the brains behind the new york start up that definitely think so. >> making new friends can be hard, even when you are as cute as this. this startup sci-fi was used to find trade dates. an indication that social networking has gone to the dogs. the original business plan was to help with puppy love, connecting owners looking to breed pets but eventually the team de
vinci's, the largest maker of the united states says they lost 2 billion in the past six lead south company's stock plunged after the loss was announced. fifth >>mark: of the president will have the nevada fadeyev to talk about the economy. flack flack, it was all about the economy. >>catherine: actor george cleve is a friend and supporter of the president in and opened his los angeles of a dutiful about parted. tickets to eat, drink and hang out costs $45 each. in a single evening the president and the democratic party would collect more money than mitt romney has a mass in his best single month of fund-raising for. fifth party is effective to raise close to 50 million. six giant from death and the left of an on-line campaign five f. fifth of the one day after french president voice his support for the same sex marriage. some of the reactive and have been fitted the bill. >> i think the missing piece of the default of full when it comes to the enthusiasm issue behind romney campaign may have been handed to him yesterday by the president. >> analysts are still debating how much the
credential i need. it's the whole united states? is it is california? i know. depending upon the outcome of the state budget debate some more teachers could be laid off. >>darya: let's take a look from the mt. tam cam. we'll be right back. >> asked good morning is a cloudy and someplace fog the morning. >>james: the temperatures on the mall outside. we see it 50 degrees in san francisco 54 in san jose. most everyone is enjoying the low 50s. and will eventually warm up. 66 per cent francisco down south will be the low 80s at best. and the east valets the be in the upper seventies low 80s as well. your 7 day around the bay. tamara is cooler -- tomorrow is cooler. and friday it starts to go up. on sunday it should be nice weather in the '80s for the bay to breakers race. >>george: we have confirmed with caltrain that there is an accident. the head is set up a bus bridge. the buses are between the tammy and and the dear don stations. there will be delays. let's take a look of the bay bridge ride. was bound is doing very well. the drive is 15 minutes. the ride to the golden gate bridge is
million-150 million to monitor and reach the entire west coast of the united states. >> the geology community is worried that it would take a major disaster to create the will to get this project that. >> the japanese system was built after 6400 people were killed in the kobe earthquake. the mexican earthquake system was built after 9500 people were killed back in 1985. there is a pattern of building the system after a damaging the earthquake. we would like to not repeat that pattern. clock >>grant: if you look like to felt the system along, like to present it is and tell them the early warning system should be a priority. >>james: we will take it hah, here is a live look outside at the bay >>james: here is a live look at the golden gate there's someone gave a marine layer. it will be cooler along the coast the second. if you are inland you can have a slightly warmer day depending on where you are. a full look at your forecast in just a moment. >>justine: this morning the debate is raging over a measure that would allow the fire department in sausalito to be and next. right now, reg
should be primarily on the united states and he thought the association of the present a bomb would begin united states. >>james: we're waiting for >>james: we're waiting for >> we are impel will not and south mcdowell's straight. two federal agents were injured at this residence when they were going to answer. this is the manager of the best western hotel. this is up during the morning by bob >> there as the of lot of noise this morning and was followed by gunfire. i went outside and they had ice ages outside the hotel and they said the keep everyone in sight. >>darya: it they did evacuate you? >> everything was pretty quiet all morning. everything was was going on a round the corner. at they suggested the keep everyone in the rooms in the week at all clear. the all clear came about a couple of hours ago. >>darya: privileges and an automatic teller. one of our people saw some agents behind your hotel. dino with the looking for? i think it was more setting the whole area down. >> and the u.s.'s favor to set things down. i think they were clearing everything behind the hotel. >>darya: t
in the family's this suffered due to the people who did not come back with the united states military. >> this is one of the most fascinating things i have ever experienced did any scientific museum here this is a replica of a small victorian house. people come in and the shaking begins. in burst they take you through the '89 quake and then 1906. using technology, at a recreate what they shaky was exactly like. the upper platform had to be non a prime gambles that actually move back and forth. these are computer-driven. it's out of profile that is programmed and with the computer. they're all kind of hands-on learning at this museum. at their life bay the hostages on sale nes their connections between earthquakes and ostriches. >> have people come from all of the top talent in the bay area. we have the best computer simulations of everything. it's a great show. the academy hours are 930 to 5. in 1135 on sunday. >>mark: welcome back. here is a reminder of something is happening in the bay area. this is a one and a half mile out the truck tress challenge swim. this will end a christie
the backing of the president of the united states. >> it is important to me to affirm same-sex marriage. >>pam: tonight why president obama has finally taken the stand and we have reaction from gay rights activists in the bay area. >> it is the first time that we have felt that our government is supporting our citizenship. >>pam: at 6:00 p.m. president obama has publicly endorsed same-sex marriage taking a stand on one of the most contentious and politically charged social issues. catherine heenan is here with more of the announcement. >> catherine: this is the evolving opinion and stance from president obama. it was personally very important for him. his family was a big influence. >> my daughter's have friends parents where they have same-sex parents. we have spoken about their friends' parents around the dinner table. and it would not gone on to them that their friends' parents would be treated differently it does not make sense to them. and frankly, that is the kind of thing that prompts a change of perspective. >> catherine: why now? pressure to take the stand has been building with north
? . most americans say yes. right now is illegal in the united states, they compensate organ donors. and this and a fan page and weigh in on this question >>mark: arc average is from 8 to 10 this sunday morning on kron 4 of the beta baker's raise. then at 7:00 p.m. we will have a recap. >>darya: you want to take a look outside of one of our live cameras. this is the golden gate bridge. you can see the fog is still here. we will be right back. [ mechanical humming ] [ male announcer ] we began with the rx. ♪ then we turned the page, creating the rx hybrid. ♪ now we've turned the page again with the all-new rx f sport. ♪ this is the next chapter for the rx. this is the next chapter for lexus. this is the pursuit of perfection. do a lot of sending... and receiving. sending...and receiving. sending...and receiving. sending...and receiving. sending...and receiving. [ bob ] i got the tickets. [ male announcer ] and with citibank popmoney, it's even easier to keep sending...and receiving. let me get you back. no, it's on me. i insist. no way. yes way. well let me chip in. [ male anno
to the united states for study. >> present obama was talking about consequences in europe that may have the fact here at home. we will be back a minute. >> it is. president obama is trying to avoid a calamity that could resonate or why. friday he elected nearly elected french president. french president has been threatened to remove troops in afghanistan. president obama will try to stall it appeared >> thousands of protesters are processing in chicago in irian the have many different agendas. let's take a live look outside and sentences up. -- at san francisco. it is misty out there. be back in a minute. we're back at 7:16 a.m.. we are looking of florida. and lost for the first commercial rocket to be launched was scrap the last minute. this company would make history by launching this rocket to the international space station. they will attend this again. >> tamara about 30,000 walkers well be an lockean or running the bay a brace -- beta breakers race. here is a look what you should expect. >> anticipated wreckers weekend. is bay to breakers weekend. the race day starts its seven
. thrive. >> >> >>henry: a candidate for the president of united states. she is dr. jill stein. sivas in a debate yesterday in the bay area. flat out, you think you have a chance of winning? . >> and jill-i am not holding my breath, but i am not ruling it out. right now we have competing public relations for wall street sponson businesses. we are making the point that we have made progress and out the last pass several centuries through independent small parties that drive this. whether it is the socialist labor party the women's are devoted moulmein, -- the women's right to vote movement. it is a win where ever we come out. >>henry: of the suit there are also some issues the you can put forward to discuss with other candidates. >>jeff: >> -doctors a dying. dr. stein. we're seeing massive bail outs from the is president. he has raised the problems of george bush and had even gone further. he has disregarded the climate. he has neglected trade agreements. would establish a green need steel. we can do that now for about the costa -- the price of one of the stimulus packages. andy >>
to be the first american to win >> he has represented the united states into different olympic teams. >> he went to college at ucla. >> he is a great young man. 70 ethiopians and the kenyans have a wonderful tradition. to me, it looks like she came here with the specific full of not only will meet the wishes to raise that tried to win the battle of the breakers. she has thrown down the gauntlet early on. she has thrown caution to the wind, so to speak. she is on pace st. help. remember, the first person to the top of pastry filled gets a $5,000 bonus. >> to have this big of a lead this early on means she is head and shoulders above everyone else fitness wise or, she has come in with the specific goal to with the challenge. >>pam: she just crusted the top of the hill. we know that she has at least that $5,000 bonus money. >> if you are the first person to the top of the help, you're cruising down while the others are going down. it is a great strategy on her part. now, she believed in her league. she already had a pretty commanding lead. she will lead the lead on every stride. >>pam: she won a 12
to the >>stanley: cup finals. >>darya: coming up on the kron4 news, the president of the united states comes to the bay area. he arrives today. we will tell you what is on his schedule. witnesses in the treyvon martin case are changing their story. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better. [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better. >>mark: thank you for joining us. this man has been arrested in connection of sierra lamar. will bring you the latest. >>darya: the president visits the bay area today. we will tell you where he will be. >> hewlett-packard could lay off 7% of its work force today. will tell you how many employees could get him slips. >>darya: here is a quick look at weather and traffic. foot of some >>james: this after
in the united states. cost >>pam: new research suggests wal-mart could increase home values. been been found in homes located within a half mile of a new store, on average saw their prices rise to-3%. >>jaqueline: here is a live look outside from the mt. tam cam. it little sliver of a fog near the coast line. temperatures were warmer out there today. we will see the same story tomorrow with even warmer conditions. today, upper 80s, upper 70's and low 80's in the south bay. eighties in the north bay. we can expect in '90s into tomorrow. here is a look at temperatures neighborhood by neighborhood. >>pam: the first commercial spacecraft to dock with the international space station will return to work tomorrow morning. call for >>pam: for the california- based space eggs company is headed by the co creator of paypal and the electric car company tesla. virgin galactic says they expect to make rocket power test flights of its passenger space ship later this year if the faa has granted a permit that will allow them to start testing. more than 500 people including actor ashton kutcher have already s
. the united states and the federal government is living beyond its means. a lot of corporations have come a lot of people. they spend more than made taken. there has to be a balance. there has to be a day of reckoning. >> the revised budget plan is contingent on voters approving increases in sales and income tax. if those measures fail we will see additional cuts. the governor is proposing 54 5 billion in cuts education which is equivalent to cutting three weeks of school over the next two years and the uc and cal state university systems cuts the total to under $50 million. as for the reason behind the ever-increasing deficit, the governor blames a slower than expected economic recovery. >>justine: among other things, the billions of dollars of cuts in the proposed budget plan will reduce child care for mothers and in home supportive services for the needy and health care for the poor. >> it would mean many of them lose funding, the vouchers and most likely would have to close our doors. i want you to understand these children have a right to a solid foundation. these kids are happy in a
a deadly new disease spreading to the united states. kimberlee sakamoto is here with details. >>kimberlee: the call this is caused by the bite of these complex. qr felt authorities say roughly 10 million people are affected and with the disease killing an estimated 20,000 a year. an estimated 30,000 in the u.s. are affected. similar to aids, the onus is difficult to detect and could take years or decades for symptoms to merge. there are strong distinctions between the two. particularly about how it is transmitted. this disease is spread by a bug abiding you. the disease can be deterred with a three months since has medication procedure. >>pam: if you manage to avoid catching the flu he may be in the clear. floozies it is now over. all and all the cdc says this season was mild compared to other years. the agency says or oregon room of this year has set a new record. common painkillers could be tied to lower risk of skin cancer. danish researchers found those that take aspirin, ibuprofen or similar painkillers' a regular basis cut their risk of developing skin cancer by 15 percent. graduate
endorsed mitt romney and continues to question whether the president was born in the united states. he brought up the presence earth several times during interviews yesterday saying many people do not think his verses of it is authentic. today, and the owners of this hillsboro mansion are hosting a fund-raiser for romney. a select group of guests will pay up to $50,000 apiece to attend. there also believe these luncheon in the palo alto. a new poll shows the president is way ahead of mitt romney in california. the poll gives the president in 19 point edge over romney. that is not much of a surprise. >> we just had were that the european commission said the euro zone must move towards a banking unit union and boost growth while cutting debt. this came as fears grew that spain could be the next country in the euro zone to trigger a crisis. spain's in borrowing costs have hit their highest level. bank stocks are leading the charge lower this morning. >>darya: facebook is a growing. they just got approval to expand their headquarters. facebook says the expansion will allow it to employ at
.99. of the united states of america... and to the republic for which it stands... one nation, under god... indivisible, with liberty... and justice for all. our disabled veterans pledged to sacrifice life and limb to ensure our way of life. now, they deserve our support. find out how you can help disabled veterans in your community. visit dav.org. >>mark: the top stories we're following, facebook begins its second day of be a publicly traded company. will tell you what to expect. >>darya: please respond to a wrote rage incident involving members of the hell's angels. >>mark: the cleanup is under way after the 101st running of the bay to breakers. we will give you an update on yesterday's race coming up. >> this afternoon, mostly sunny. more on what that means for the week ahead. >> traffic is moving well from all of the approaches. the south bay is moving well. >>darya: the nasdaq executives admitted they are highly embarrassed by all the problems that happened on friday when facebook finally went public. will transit is at the facebook headquarters. trading began 30 minutes late in thi
but the usual. modest form of. in the united states was just recorded this year. >>darya: driving kills more american children between the ages of 1 and 4 did it ever cause. boys become victims four times as often as girls. a report is that. stay vigilant in get their children so with lenses. half of the children who died in dignity drubbings of the parents are aware that their child has some of that of the house. >>mark: we are back with more it to bits. [ female announcer ] with swiffer dusters, a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done... i'm going to read one of these. i'm going to read one of these! [ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags, swiffer 360 dusters extender gets into hard to reach places so you can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles in 3 days is-- is huge. if my mom can fight and beat breast cancer, i can walk 60 miles. you just put one foot
problems or delays in the door fake. thus >>mark: the foreclosure rate in the united states has all of. the number of homes repossessed up 7% from march to april. that was the third consecutive month of declining numbers. an estimated 700,000 homes are expected to be repossessed this year. the >>darya: the alameda county sheriff's office has identified the dead found dead in castro valley, here is video from the sea. deputies found this a tweet on your oath dead inside of the garage. he had been serving probie said when a probation assert happened at the hall. sheriff's officials say that there's no suspect the motives were to be the his death. >>mark: the difference is the city officials up a blog but to do 52 hours speeds those around public and private schools taught to 803 new speed limit signs have appeared installed. officials say the implementation of the state for speeds of will help meet the established targets a 25% reduction in serious and fatal pedestrian accident. the city of berkeley is close to a victim more than 30 people will live at a residence on ninth street. >> in
back. >> the united states is committed to accountability under law for those who have plotted to attack our nation and to kill innocent people. >> reporter: muhammad is the accused mastermind behind the deadliest terror attack in u.s. history. the five defendants all face charges of terrorism, hijacking and nearly 3 to hunt counts of murder. convicted -- and nearly 3,000 counts of murder. if convicted they could face the death penalty and eddie bracken is okay with that. >> eventually they're either going to be in jail the rest of their lives or they could be dead. >> reporter: it could be a year before the case goes to trial. >>> battle lines are being drawn against same sex marriage in north carolina. coming up we'll take a look at how it could alter the constitution. >> taking a look outside from our roof cam, downtown san francisco clear skies, mild temperatures, another hot one on tap for tomorrow. we'll look at temperatures in your neighborhood coming up. >> those dazzling beta breakers are right around the corner. we'll bring you the race from start to finish and all
--separation surgery is performed about six times a year in the united states. are progressing on schedule and could lead normal lives. angelica and angelina are coming up to the upcoming third birthday in august. like this. >>pam: the man accused in an oakland school massacre xi there not guilty in court today. one goh is accused of killing seven people and injuring three others during a shooting rampage at oikos university on april 2nd. the brother of one of the victims was in the courtroom today and says he is troubled by his plea. >> i do not know why he is not pleading guilty. i lost my sister. >> he says that his family has been under a great deal of hardship says her killing. there are going to be some long-term effects on the east and south bay roadways because of the constructions and san jose. hess >>pam: police are trying to figure out what caused a crash on 680-set down northbound traffic for hours. it happened in pleasanton around 10:00 p.m. last night. a big rig carrying hazardous materials jackknifed in the road theory the accident blocked all zero lanes. crews were concerned that the
on june 5th. >>mark: facebook stock is getting hammered. the state unit 30 dollars/share. facebook shares are down $4.54. they started at $38. j.c. morgan stock went down this morning the bank ceo said it will continue bay a dividend despite the two million-plus trading loss of two weeks ago your they say that their balance sheet was barely nicked by that $2 billion loss. j.p. morgan stock is off right now. >>darya: the golden state warriors seem to be leaving in oakland and heading back the sentences go. espn is reporting that this evidence is the governor's at a and no to the warriors. this may be the new home for the warriors between here 30 and 32. >> you can see it is presently used as a parking lot. it is right down the street from at&t ballpark. there are plenty of cars and foot traffic in this area. you can just walk to the basketball game care some people say there is a drawback to moving to san francisco because the sheik could see more corporate people attending games and that would cut down on the current level of passion at the game here >> at their their and their supporti
. >> sunnyvale is seven of on the list of best cities 11 united states. nebraska came in first. all of nebraska is number one on the less. let's take a look at the google class as they are developing. >>darya: see this side comment it as a trackpad and hit allows you to navigate a menu or a picture gallery on the lens of the glasses. the images were said to be incredibly clear. darya will be back with more in a couple of minutes. the dow jones is still suffering now is down 146 points. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's the fastest internet for the price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your wi-fi devices and
that separate is not equal. fat albert leader, the highest ranking official in the united states says he supports mayor to quality. that carries more weight than just about anyone else saying it. they did say there is some disappointment that the president said it is up to each individual state. >> that is a hard one for us. we do feel like it used a constitutional right. we are really hoping for a national solution. >>justine: we have much more to get to on the kron4 news at 4:00 a.m.. here is a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. we will be right back. first >>justine: johannes mehserle wants his involuntary manslaughter conviction overturned. he was found guilty of shooting oscar grant on new year's day in 2009. he has already served his time. his lawyer maintains it was a tragic mistake and it wants his conviction overturned because it keeps them from working in law enforcement. the court will make a decision in the next three months. we will take a quick break but much more right after this including your forecast for today and the mother's day weekend. >>justine: the city
service. >>darya: 35 million people in the united states are gonna travel. night after 10 troubled by cars. air travel should be-up 5 1/2% per predictions. let's take a look at the price respected to pay for gas a round the bay. they're paying $3.21 in south carolina. that is the cheapest place in the nation. >>mark: the dow is still struggling. we're taking a quick break as the kron 4 morning news takes a quick look outside. we're talking about a few showers and possibly at thunderstorm. we are seeing berrylike traffic. we are seeing very light traffic. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, rel
the united states to get out of the country completely. however working out a deal will not be easy. hillary clinton is in china. tensions over this incident are being overshadowed on her a national intention of going to talk about trade talks. >> the high-profile disappearance of this british girl. madelyn the kindisappearem the portuguese vacation home. portugal was not cooperative on the investigation of the family is saying that the talks are continuing. >>pam: ba this james lick. the bottom is showing a medium volume. the top left corner is showing heavy traffic from the a.d. towards the bay bridge we [ banker ] mike and brenda found a house that they really wanted. it was in my sister's neighborhood. i told you it was perfect for you guys. literally across the street from her sister. [ banker ] but someone else bought it before they could get their offer together. we really missed a great opportunity -- dodged a bullet there. [ banker ] so we talked to them about the wells fargo priority buyer preapproval. it lets people know that you are a serious buyer because you've been credit-appr
some light pictures right now at the commencement address at the united states naval academy and marilyn. during the civil war, david barrett and his young officer as embrace all i and ships. and jim the rebellion in irian -- and dint the repel billion. these famous words are built into your barry bonds. they say that you can can repeat this one kid " dan that quirky as an admiral said that time did not want to bring along the this story is that did not sit very well with very young lieutenants. >> this is the secretary of defense in vain the graduation address to the naval academy. >>mark: air canada flight took off from toronto held that had headed toward tokyo. and see a piece of the debris. the chunks were so hot and they could not touch them when they hit the ground. no one heard anything. >> we were flying a few thousand feet off the ground. the weekend guests that they were not telling us something. >>darya: search as have found radioactivity in blue to net. this was 6,000 mi. in the water. japan's crippled power pant plant. this is still well within the safety the l
foundation. the united states is down the list a number 25 here. it woman is more than seven times the likelihood to die in childbirth and a woman and ireland. they're all these facts coming out here there is a link on my face look. >>mark: that top names for girls the number one is sophia. and and always the number one baby boy name is jacob. >>brian: when prince william separates his -- celebrates his 30th birthday their party coming he gets half of this mother, lady diana's than this estate. the beat stocks and jury. stocks and you'll read stocks angeles. he will inherit what is equivalent to $16 million. >>mark: we lowercase find out why police officers say that they had to open fire. an easement and on the occupied farm and albany. we are live on the scene with more as the story continues. >>mark: is a another twist to the shake up the yahoo. the former ceo announces the and cancer. california's budget crisis worsened the in january. there is a grisly scene in mexico when dozens of bodies were found mutilated and mexico. >>darya: your big news is our hot spot was good george.
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